What Is Difference Ip110 And Watson 853

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mary Says:

what is difference ip110 and Watson 853?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mary! How are you?

The tablet with the IP 110 is manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals, the other is by Watson Pharmaceuticals and they both list them as containing 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. Thus, the only difference is that they are manufactured by different companies, which is very common with generics. Several options are always available to create market competition and help keep prices as low as possible.

The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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ktownyaya Says:

Verwon (# 1) --

I have taken both and the Watson is better. I have a lot more break through pain with IP 110. Per my Dr. he doesn't think they are the same because a lot of patients complain about the IP does not work as long as the Watson.

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Marie Says:
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Verwon (# 1) --

I have needed to take hydrocodone due to 4 ankle surgeries. On Monday, I had my script refilled. It was now a yellow tablet. My blood pressure and pain have increased. I was told that their could be different fillers. I am now trying to get a new script written, taking back the yellow hydrocodone script. Most likely my insurance will not pay. Pharmacy knows me and is not concerned about abuse. $83 dollars, increase in blood pressure and PAIN. :(

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Onica Says:
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I believe the IP 110 pill as not as effective. Here is the link to report to the FDA. It's an easy online reporting form!


If no one reports, we will never be able to change.

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Debg Says:
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Onica (# 4) --
I'm on it!! Thank you! I agree! Let's speak up and stop this deceiving practice!

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BAckpain Says:
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Marie (# 3) --

You were able to return a pain script - I wish! Walgreens would never allow that! Ip110 - Don’t feel like I took anything. It’s awful!

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Andrew Says:
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Marie (# 3) --

Same to me. Fillers and coloring. I cannot tolerate any yellow meds as my body almost doesn’t recognize them, they aren’t effective in my body. I have food allergies.

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Karla Says:

BAckpain (# 6) --

I've been on 10/325's for 14 years, Walgreens filled my script with the 5's I returned them for the right ones but they did throw away the bottle of 5's... I guess its policy.

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